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By Fred A'Court

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New equipment and products

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Bunzl Lockhart Catering Equipment has launched a new tableware range themed around the great Impressionist painters.

The ivory coloured ‘Crème’ range comes in five collections across 82 separate pieces, including four ‘signature plates’ in distinctive shapes and sizes, priced by case. All can be mixed and matched, and are said to offer style, quality and affordability.

Paul Nieduszynski, Managing Director of Bunzl Lockhart, said: “We set ourselves the huge but exciting task of creating something truly unique for chefs with ‘Crème’, by designing a range that is premium, different and leading.”

He said the range had been priced approximately 15 per cent below the lowest price points of comparable brands in the market

Four of the collections are named after the world famous artists Monet, Matisse, Renoir and Cezanne.

The fifth is called ‘The Impressions Collection’ and comprises four unique designs created in collaboration with young UK chefs and industrial designer Philip Forrest-Smith.

The range comes with a lifetime edge chip warranty and a 100% lead free glaze, which is aimed at helping the tableware withstand daily dishwashing.

New display range from Carpigiani

Ice cream equipment manufacture Carpigiani has added a new display unit with a modular design to its range.

The new ‘Panorama’ unit uses an LED lighting design and a modular design that allows the operator to select four, six, eight or twelve pozzetti modules, each fitted with tempered and heated pyrolytic glass complete with assisted opening and soft closing. 

A double row of fully ventilated, temperature controlled refrigerated tubs can be displayed, with or without cold storage units below, ensuring extended product shelf life.

Each module can be independently opened or maintained at a different operating temperature depending on the gelato being stored.

The unit stand 951mm high so children as well as adults can see into it.

Scott Duncan, Sales Director at Carpigiani UK, said the ability to showcase products is essential to drawing in customers. “Knowing how to create a mouth-watering display of your artisan product is essential, and a creative, attractive display of your ice cream offering is a must if you want to entice customers and ensure purchase.”

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